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The Benefits of Braces

Braces are a popular choice of orthodontics used to straighten crooked teeth, align the jaw and improve the aesthetics of smiles and faces. Alongside improving the physical appearance of the teeth, they can dramatically improve the health of the mouth, leading to improved oral health and in the long term, less health conditions. 

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Invisible braces

Invisible braces are dental braces which are fixed to the inside surface of the teeth. This is the reason these braces are also known as lingual braces and as they are fixed to the back side of the teeth and cannot be seen by others, they are called invisible braces. Invisible braces were introdu read more


Distoclusion is a malocclusion in which the lower tooth arch articulates with the upper tooth arch in a distal position. The mandibular arch, in this condition, is in a posterior position as compared to the maxillary arch. Distoclusion is basically a skeletal abnormality when the lower tooth arch ex read more


Occlusion means the contacting and meeting of teeth of the upper and lower arches. The association and correlation between the mandibular and maxillary teeth is called the occlusion. Occlusion can be when biting or chewing something, or when the teeth are at rest in normal conditions when the mouth read more

Fixed retainers

After the teeth go through a surgery or a treatment of aligning, orthodontic retainers are used which hold the teeth in the correct position. These orthodontic retainers are custom-made and are made of clear plastic or wire. Usually, they are applied after the dental braces are removed or before the read more

Incognito braces

Incognito braces are braces which are different from the usual dental braces because they are fixed at the back of the teeth instead of the front and this makes them invisible to others.  These braces are also called Lingual braces.  Incognito braces are custom-made and fixed. The brackets of the in read more

Functional dental appliances

Functional dental appliances are appliances which use the force created by the muscles of the face and jaw for the treatment of malocclusion or other dental problems. Functional appliances can be removable and/or fixed. Removable functional appliances The following are some o read more

Fixed dental appliances

Fixed dental appliances are non removable by the patient and are used for long term treatment. Malocclusion is a condition in which the upper tooth arch and the lower tooth arch do not meet perfectly and the alignment between the teeth is disturbed. Fixed dental appliances are primarily used as a tr read more

Removable appliances

When you want to get dental appliances for yourself, you should know that fixed and permanent dental appliances are not the only options available. There are a number of removable appliances available. These wide ranging removable dental appliances can offer complete protection to your teeth and gum read more


When the upper tooth arch and the lower tooth arch do not have an ideal alignment and association, it is called malocclusion. The condition of both the arches being in contact with each other is called occlusion. In the perfect occlusion, both the upper and lower tooth arches should connect with eac read more

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